EAGE NEWSLETTER MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA Middle East and Africa is now our terrain!
he big news for the EAGE office in Dubai is that we are now responsible for the Middle East and Africa regions combined under regional manager Raymond Cahill. He took on the challenge of raising the profile of EAGE on the African continent and establishing new events for members in the region. As regional manager for Middle East and Africa (MEA), Raymond will be working closely with EAGE president Jean-Jacques Biteau, who has been tireless in his efforts to promote the Association worldwide with our regional managers participating in events in many parts of the world including the US, the UK, Mozambique, Angola and Malaysia. Throughout his career, EAGE president Biteau spent a number of years in Africa on various E&P assignments. He has always been clear about how EAGE should develop and grow its community in the region, and was therefore happy to embark on a programme to develop a higher profile for the Association. Last October EAGE hosted its first Petroleum Exploration Workshop in Luanda, where JeanJacques delivered one of the keynote presentations. He shared some fond memories from
Trivia Question The most common type of rock that forms a seal in the petroleum system is: 1 2 3 4
- Sandstone - Limestone - Shale - Igneous
Jean Jacques Biteau, EAGE president 2017 - 2018
his years working in Angola in the late 1990s as exploration manager for Elf (now Total). The workshop, hosted by Total Angola, attracted almost 90 participants over three days and was also a great opportunity to develop our relationship with the local society ASGA and the EAGE Local Chapter. This trip was followed by Jean-Jacques’ visit to the 3rd Eastern African Petroleum Geoscience Forum which took place in Maputo, Mozambique last November. Another new location for EAGE activities, this forum saw its biggest number of participants since its launch in 2015. The opening ceremony was officiated by our president and the keynote address delivered by the Dutch Ambassador, H.E. Pascalle Grotenhuis. For Jean-Jacques it was ‘a fantastic event in this emerging gas giant’. The Middle East region similarly got the full backing of the president, with his visit to Saudi Arabia as guest of the Dhahran Geoscience Society (DGS), who hosted a dinner meeting in his honor. He attended a number of meetings with key Saudi Aramco representatives from UPDC, EXPEC ARC, and had an opportunity to visit the Saudi Aramco Heritage Gallery and Museum. He met with the dean of King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) to get an overview of the College of Petroleum Engineering and Geoscience and gave his own
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Nairobi is venue for next Eastern Africa forum
t will be Nairobi’s turn to host EAGE’s Eastern Africa Forum when it convenes for the fourth time on 3-5 December 2018. The previous successful events were staged in Dar es Salaam (2015), Kampala (2016) and Maputo (2017). The objective for this now regular forum is to provide a platform for geoscientists and engineers to share knowledge and identify appropriate E&P technologies in the context of Eastern Africa, with the focus on understanding the petroleum geology of Eastern Africa. The EAGE Forum will hopefully again serve as a catalyst to bring academia and industry together with a shared goal. All the signs suggest a pick up in activity in the region. Recent major acreage acquisitions by IOCs have propelled eastern Africa into the spotlight once more, with new players gaining a foothold or consolidating their positions in offshore southern and eastern Africa and onshore Uganda and Kenya. Read more on p. 2 ➤
What's inside OGTAN Nigeria signs up as an Associated Society
EGYPS puts on a show for the world
2D multiclient in the Red Sea
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presentation to the students of all the opportunities and support open to them in the years ahead. For 2018 in MEA there is already a busy schedule in place with presidential visits to
UAE, Iran and Algeria ahead. Commenting on the final half of his presidency, Jean-Jacques said: ‘In all these locations I can report on the enthusiasm of our geoscience colleagues especially in Africa where there is a great expectation about EAGE events and the continuing high regard with which EAGE is held in terms
of communication and publications. My intention for the rest of my term as president is to foster the continuing evolution of EAGE whilst respecting our heritage. And I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible at the Copenhagen Annual Conference and Exhibition in June.’
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The industry is once again building the foundation for further licensing rounds and drilling activity with significant seismic acquisition programmes in offshore regions. Drilling successes in established onshore regions has also swelled discovered resources with oil companies looking to monetize those assets via major development projects and pipelines to bring the oil to market. Expectations are high, with further exploration success being measured against the major finds of 5-10 years ago, and first production in
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major developments in both the onshore and offshore regions providing transformational change in the local economies. Success will require a robust and comprehensive understand-
Delegates from the Third Eastern Africa Petroleum Geoscience Forum in Mozambique 2017.
ing of sub-surface geology, and cost-effective application of leading edge geoscience and engineering technologies. Above all, success will require working with local stakeholders to leverage local resources and grow local expertise. Governments, academia, service industry and energy companies will need to work together to meet the challenge to find and deliver further, commercially viable reserves. All of which make the Eastern Africa Forum such an important event. Call for Abstracts is currently open. Visit the EAGE website to submit your paper or contact us at email@example.com.
Second workshop planned for geosteering and well placement issues
ollowing the successful inaugural Workshop on Geosteering and Well Placement in 2016, EAGE and SPE are joining forces again to hold a second event in Abu Dhabi on 5-8 November 2018. Representatives from industry and academia have the oportunity to meet again to discuss the importance and technical drivers of geosteering and accurate well placement in the production of hydrocarbons. Geosteering is an area which combines all disciplines involved to ensure the flawless execution, from well placement to long term production. The organizing committee believes that the way forward is to share accumulated experience and discuss new technologies and ideas regarding real-time geosteering and its impact on maximizing reservoir flow. If there are to
be significant improvements to old practices in well drilling, all stakeholders need to become actively involved in the process. The committee encourages workers/experts from all disciplines involved in well design, well drilling, geosteering, geological modelling, completions and reservoir production to take part in the workshop. The committee also encourages students to attend and share their work and innovative spirit through poster sessions held during the workshop. The sharing of new ideas and approaches between young professionals and industry seniors is an extremely valuable step in the support of continuous improvement in geosteering and well placement practices. The call for abstracts is open until 15 May 2018. More information is available at www.eage.org.
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Seventh Arabian Plate Geology Workshop is happening in Oman
ater this year there will be another great opportunity to learn about Arab Plate geology from the experts. On 9-13 December this year in Muscat, the EAGE Arabian Plate Geology workshop will be convening for no less than the seventh time in order to further understanding of this key regional structure. The theme of the upcoming workshop will be the deeper, challenging, and exiting sections from Pre-Cambrian to Paleozoic (mega sequence AP1 to AP5). These sections have diverse regional stra-
tigraphy which was likely the result of segmented basinal physiography, and recorded the Hercynian tectonic event and several glaciation events. In several parts of the plate the sections are buried very deep and drilling activity is limited. This resulted into sketchy data availability especially in off structure areas. The sections consist of known regional source and reservoir rocks. The core workshop is one of the highlights of the event, with selected cores from a number of producing and non-producing fields spanning the
entire Gulf region (Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) being displayed. Guided by specialists, rock-based discussions and experience sharing will provide a great opportunity for participants to develop a better understanding of the stratigraphy, sedimentology, diagenesis and petrography of these Pre-Cambrian to Paleozoic rocks. The workshop should be of interest to geoscience and engineering technical experts working in national and international operating and service companies, as well as academic institutions, with a working experience on Pre-Cambrian and Paleozoic in the Middle East or with a wish to discover/ understand these challenging series. The successful format of the previous workshops will be in evidence again, to include the stratigraphic framework, sedimentology, stratigraphic evolution, tectonic modelling, core sessions, and poster sessions. In addition, two-days of fascinating field trips on the Ediacaran Nafun Group and the Cambrian-Ordovician Amdeh Formation of Oman will follow the main event. Oral presentations and poster submissions are encouraged. The call for abstracts is open until 15 July 2018. More information can be found at www.eage.org.
OGTAN Nigeria signs up as an Associated Society
ecoming an EAGE Associated Society in 2017 was a big deal for OGTAN, the Oil & Gas Trainers Association of Nigeria. The occasion was acknowledged at the opening ceremony of the 35th NAPE Conference & Exhibition in Lagos last November with EAGE represented by Board member Roald van Borselen, regional director Peter Verweij and Middle East/Africa regional manager Raymond Cahill. Established by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board in 2010, OGTAN represents the Education and Training Sectorial Group of the Nigerian Content Consultative Forum (NCCF) under Section 58 of the NOGICD Act (2010). Its purpose is to
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build local human capital capacity in the Nigerian oil and gas industry and act as a business group that interfaces with operators, international organizations and the Nigerian government. The EAGE delegation was hosted in Lagos by OGTAN executive council president Mayowa Afe (fnape) and general manager Carol Egejuru. Through its EAGE association, OGTAN will be given the opportunity to use the knowledge and network of EAGE. As a first initiative, on 18 April OGTAN will host the EAGE Education Tour 2: Seismic Reservoir Characterization: An Earth Modelling Perspective presented by Dr Philippe Doyen in Lagos, Ni-
geria. For more information on how to register for the event please contact us at africa@ eage.org. If you’d like to know more about how to benefit from the Associated Society membership within EAGE, please contact us.
EAGE and OGTAN representatives sign MOU in Lagos Nigeria.
EAGE and AAPG organizing second Hydrocarbon Seals workshop in Abu Dhabi
second EAGE/AAPG Workshop on Hydrocarbon Seals in the Middle East is scheduled for Abu Dhabi on 16-19 April
2018. The workshop will highlight the latest developments in analyzing seals of hydrocarbon traps in the Middle East with a variety of applications from a regional perspective to field scale. The significance of the event is that as the basins of the Middle East reach a mature exploration phase, more emphasis is being directed towards understanding hydrocarbon seals through multi-disciplinary data and workflows. The proposed workshop will build on the successful first event to offer several case studies integrating geological, geophysical and engineering data in novel ways to define and map
hydrocarbon seals. Oral presentations and posters will cover a variety of aspects including the role of sedimentation, tectonics, diagenesis, pressure distribution on the development and effectiveness of seals. There will be a special focus on inferences about hydrocarbon seals from geochemical data and charge analysis. Moreover, the workshop will show-cast discoveries made by the integration of seismic, special core analysis, petrophysical, geochemical, pressure, and production data to evaluate hydrocarbon seals. The workshop invites all those in the industry interested in sharing their knowledge of the subject and learning from local experiences with perspectives from outside the region. For more information and to register, go to www.eage.org
Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Workshop to show key contribution of petroleum geochemistry
uscat from 1-4 October is where you need to be if you want to catch EAGEâ€™s second Workshop on Petroleum Geochemistry in Operations & Production. This is the follow-up to the successful event held in Doha in 2016. The workshop will focus on organic and hydrogeochemical processes from nanometer scale to basin scale. It will include: oraganic and hydrogeochemistry processes, oil alteration and mineral reactions leading to CO2
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formation, coupled H2S formation, scaling prediction for wellbore and reservoir, advances in geochemical modelling and analytical techniques, innovation in sampling, and case studies for the above mentioned topics. Keynote speakers will provide an overview of stakes and challenges as an introduction to the workshop. The event will be organized around a balance of oral presentations and group discussions in order to encourage exchanges between participants. A poster session will be
made available for contributors who prefer to showcase their material in this format. The significance of this event is that even though the barrel price increased significantly in recent months, its volatility remains important. Reducing exploration and production costs has become a permanent mantra for E&P companies. Thus economic considerations put technical pressure to reinvent new operating concepts. Our permanent capability to innovate is key to the future of the energy sector. Each idea that allows companies to be more efficient, deliver more rapidly or provide more added value needs, now more than ever, to be tested, validated and implemented. Times of crisis are also times of opportunity, in this case for geochemists to share knowledge and to demonstrate added value for operations and production. The workshop welcomes not only geochemists but reservoir engineers, geologists from NOCs, IOCs, service companies and academics who can benefit from the event. For more information please visit the website www.eage.org.
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EAGE joins with SPE to widen audience for third Middle East geomechanics workshop
AGE is aiming for a big attendance for the Third Workshop on Geomechanics in E&P to be held in Abu Dhabi on 2-3 May 2018. The theme of ‘Brown Fields and Unconventionals’ has been chosen to attract a global audience, with particular interest to the Middle East region. In addition, EAGE is joining forces with SPE to bring a combined workshop. The technical steering committee says it wants to encourage participation across the entire E&P industry including NOCs, IOCs, service companies, academic institutions, and researchers. The workshop presentations and discussions will focus on how geomechanics is currently being used and how it can play an important role in maximising recovery from diverse and challenging environments. In the Middle East more oil and gas needs to be recovered from (giant carbonate) reservoirs, which have been under production for decades. The potential of unconventional and tight gas
reservoirs are also being viewed to provide energy for a rapidly growing region. The mandate from governments is to reach higher ultimate recoveries whilst limiting environmental impacts and maximizing profits for economic expansion. In this context, brown fields bring challenges in extending well lifetimes, drilling infill wells and in drilling through depleted reservoirs to access new ones. The combined effects of depletion and injection mean that evaluation of well integrity, caprock integrity, fault reactivation and sanding must all be evaluated and monitored. Unconventional fields require considerable planning of well locations, spacing and stimulation strategies. This must be combined with predictions of flow rates through fractures and long-term production. Six sessions are planned for the workshop to gain a better understanding of subsurface characterisation and dependency on accurate data acquisition, processing and interpretation. Four sessions aim to cover: treatment of data
2016 EAGE/SPE Geomechanics Workshop group photo.
and how to improve reliability; current status and benefits of field monitoring; application of data and models to improving recovery and efficiency; and keeping development and operating costs down. The other two sessions will look ahead at upcoming technology and how geomechanics can be best positioned in the future. For further workshop information, go to www.eage.org.
Young professionals will feature at NAPEC event
orth Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (NAPEC) being held in Oran, Algeria on 25-28 March this year is the
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largest event of its kind Africa focusing on North African upstream, midstream and downstream activities. A new addition in the programme is the first NAPEC Young Professionals Session on 27 March 2018. The programme aims to acknowledge, develop and support the industry’s future leaders to facilitate the advancement of young professionals in the hydrocarbons and energy industry in North Africa. Industry professionals from North Africa under the age of 32 years old are encouraged to participate. All registered attendees to NAPEC 2018 Conferences are invited to attend the NAPEC Young Professionals Session to support, cultivate this next generation of leaders to become a force in the region. The NAPEC event is where oil and gas professionals from all over the world from oil companies and service providers, as well as gov-
ernment representatives, academia and others meet to discuss business. Last year there was a total of over 25,000 participants at the event including a mix of some 540 oil companies as well as technology and service companies from 40 countries. Over the three days, the technical and strategic conference promises to bring together experts from the entire upstream, downstream and midstream oil and gas industry providing the perfect platform to gather the latest insights into North African industry issues and opportunities. To find out more, go to the website at http:// www.napec-dz.com.
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EGYPS puts on a show for the world
iddle East and North Africa regional manager Raymond Cahill was at the big Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) 2018 on 12-14 February representing EAGE. Joining him at the EAGE booth were former student members and Middle East Boot Camp Alumni who are now young professionals. The event provides the largest and most important platform for industry professionals to gain insights into the upcoming oil and gas opportunities in Egypt and North Africa, from future licensing rounds, project requirements to short and long term strategic plans and priorities. Held under the patronage of Egyptian president Abdel Fattah El Sisi, the show gave delegates the opportunity to participate in strategic and technical sessions across the upstream, midstream and downstream dis-
ciplines of our industry. Over 627 abstracts from across the globe were received for the Technical Conference, which delivered 31 sessions covering 11 technical categories focused on Strategy, Women in Energy, Security and HSE in Energy, and Finance and Investment. Running parallel to the conference sessions, EGYPS also hosted the largest oil and gas exhibition in North Africa with more than 500 companies from across the global oil and gas value chain showcasing their products, services and innovative technical solutions to over 15,000 participants from more than 75 countries. The EGYPS 2019 is now set to take place again on 18-20 February 2019 and the Call for Abstracts is now open (www.egyps. com). The conference offers the opportunity to network with more than 1000 delegates
Raymond Cahill at the EAGE booth with young professionals EAGE members.
sharing both strategic and technical experiences.
EAGE short course kicks off Nigerian petroleum event
r Vasily Demyanov, associate professor, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK was at the Eko Convention Centre, Lagos on 6 February to present his EET 12 Short Course ‘Challenges and Solutions in Stochastic Reservoir Modelling - Geostatistics, Machine Learning, Uncertainty Prediction’ on the eve of the 2nd West African International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (WAIPEC).
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Some 32 participants, several of whom were members the Oil and Gas Trainers Association of Nigeria (OGTAN), attended the course, designed for a wide audience of reservoir modellers, geologists and engineers with range of experience from novices to experienced practitioners. WAIPEC was launched in 2017 to address the needs of companies seeking to showcase their innovative solutions and new technologies, and
to support the development of major new business and partnerships to benefit West Africa’s petroleum economy. On 7-8 February 2018, working directly with Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN), the organisers drew on their global resources to ensure that the event delivered to the needs of all stakeholders in Nigeria and through the region. Hundreds of major producers, engineering companies, oilfield services and consultants operating in Nigeria were present the event. Set around the theme of ‘New ventures in West Africa; driving oil and gas production through innovative strategies,’ the technical programme focused on unlocking strategic value, leveraging innovation, best practices and technology that will grow West Africa’s energy industry. In total, WAIPEC 2018 attracted more than 350 delegates to the conference and 67 exhibiting companies from West Africa, Europe, Americas and Asia. Visitors were able to find out about untapped oil and gas opportunities, tenders, upcoming bids and consortia, and upcoming projects across the West African regions.
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Fugro provides Artelia turnkey operation
ugro is undertaking a programme of geophysical and geotechnical surveys for Artelia, Abu Dhabi as part of the Hail and Ghasha development, a landmark project by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). The Hail and Ghasha development in the Arabian Gulf is part of ADNOC’s largest sour gas field project and directly supports the company’s strategy to unlock its developed sour gas reserves to ensure a sustainable and economic gas supply to the United Arab Emirates. Fugro’s ability to provide turnkey survey solutions was a key factor in the award of the contract following a highly competitive bidding process. In order to meet the fast track schedule Fugro mobilized to the Ghasha field with specialized equip-
ment including self-elevating platforms for geotechnical work and crew accommodation. In the Hail field, an inter-tidal shoal area, it is conducting surveys with amphibious buggies while in deeper water, marine geophysical and bathymetric surveys are being performed using its state-of-the-art survey vessel, Fugro Proteus. Chris Arnott, Fugro’s project delivery manager, said; ‘The geotechnical work scope includes boreholes, grab samples, vibrocores, cone penetration tests, pressure meters and down hole seismic.’ Bathymetric, multibeam echo sounder, tide gauges, ultra high resolution seismic sub-bottom profiling, magnetometer and side scan sonar make up the geophysical survey activities at the site.
Niger Delta seismic survey underway
ondon AIM-listed oil company LEKOIL has begun the shooting of a 3D seismic survey at the Otakikpo marginal field in OML 11, onshore and offshore in the south-
eastern part of the Niger Delta. Sinopec has been contracted to carry out the survey, which is expected to be completed around June 2018.
2D multiclient in the Red Sea
GS and Schlumberger have been teaming up for a 2D seismic project in the Red Sea offshore Egypt. The project involves acquisition of a 10,000 km 2D long-offset broadband multi-client seismic survey and will integrate all legacy seismic and non-seismic data. Acquisition was expected to be complete in late Q1 2018. The project is part of an agreement entered with South Valley Egyptian Petroleum Holding Company (GANOPE) in which Schlumberger and TGS have a minimum 15-year period of exclusive multiclient rights in a ~70,000 km2 open area offshore the Egyptian Red Sea.
EAGE Workshop on 4D Seismic and Reservoir Monitoring Bridge from known to unknown
18-20 November 2018 – Abu Dhabi, UAE We invite practitioners, innovators and dealmakers to come to this workshop to share their achievements and challenges, lay out big innovative ideas and seek new alliances to break into unknown territory. Topics • 4D Seismic acquisition, processing, interpretation – Spread the best practices learnt over more than twenty years on Clastics and Chalks • 4D Seismic feasibility, acquisition, processing, interpretation – Explore emerging territories (Land, Carbonates, Unconventional) • Other monitoring technologies (microseismic, borehole, INSAR, non-seismic etc) • Assimilation of 4D data with other reservoir data • Reservoir Management using data from Monitoring Technologies • New technologies to make 4D seismic practical and economical on giant reservoirs
Call for Abstracts is Open Now!
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Ocean bottom seismic for the Bonga field
eabed Geosolutions has been awarded with Nigerian partner SonarTusk, a 4D ocean bottom node project for Shell Nigeria. The 4D OBN monitor project in the Bonga Field offshore Nigeria will use Seabed Geosolutions’ Hugin Explorer vessel equipped with CASE Abyss nodes and is due to begin operations in the first quarter of 2018. Seabed Geosolutions is a joint venture between Fugro and CGG. It collects geophysical
data on the seabed through an array of imaging technologies for oil and gas companies,
focused on the development and production phases of oil and gas fields.
EGS busy on Mozambique survey for Anadarko
GS Survey has started a major offshore hydrographic and geophysical survey for Anadarko’s Mozambique Area 1 (AMA1) LNG development. The survey is expected to last up to three months and involves deploying a range of hydrographic and geophysical survey tools in a remote environment.
Offshore operations include shallow and deep water high resolution geophysical and hydrographic surveys, using EGS’ vessel RV Ridley Thomas and the recently acquired shallow daughter craft. The surveys will support onshore development of two liquefaction trains to be constructed by Anadarko-led Area 1.
EGS VP Chris Dougherty stated that EGS has worked closely with Anadarko in the time leading up to the commencement of field operations so that the team of 15 offshore geophysicists, surveyors and engineers can be as well prepared and safe as possible for the variety of survey tasks to be performed at the remote site.
EAGE Middle East & Africa Event Calendar March 2018 25-28 March 8th North Africa Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (NAPEC) Oran, Algeria | http://www.napec-dz.com
October 2018 1-4 October Second EAGE Workshop on Geochemistry in Petroleum Operations and Productions Muscat, Oman | www.eage.org
16-19 April Second EAGE/AAPG Hydrocarbon Seals Workshop
21-24 October The 14th Tunisian Petroleum Exploration and Production Conference
Abu Dhabi, UAE | www.eage.org
Tunis, Tunisia | http://www.etap.com.tn
25-26 April SPE/EAGE Workshop: The Future of Geomechanics in Brown Fields and Unconventionals
5-8 November Second EAGE/SPE Geosteering and Well Placement Workshop
Abu Dhabi, UAE | www.spe.org
Abu Dhabi, UAE | www.eage.org
May 2018 13-15 May SEG/AAPG/EAGE/SPE R&D Petrol 2018 Abu Dhabi, UAE | https://seg.org/
5-9 November Africa Oil Week
18-20 November EAGE Workshop on 4D Seismic and Reservoir Monitoring Abu Dhabi, UAE | www.eage.org
18-22 November 36th Annual International Conference and Exhibition 2018 (NAPE) Lagos, Nigeria | https://www.nape.org.ng/
December 2018 3-5 December Fourth EAGE Eastern Africa Petroleum Geoscience Forum Nairobi, Kenya | www.eage.org
9-13 December Seventh EAGE Arabian Plate Geology Workshop Muscat, Oman | www.eage.org
Cape Town, South Africa | http://www.africa-oilweek.com/
10-12 December AAPG/EAGE/SPE Shale Gas Workshop Bahrain, Bahrain | http://www.aapg.org/
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Published on Mar 1, 2018